Read A Book For ‘World Book Day’

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Thursday March 1st is a celebration just for the bookworms of the world- World Book Day! It’s a day to sit back and enjoy a nice, […]

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REVIEW: ‘Slates’ trilogy

The ‘Slated’ trilogy was written by Terri Terry.  In a world where all people who make mistakes that don’t appear silly or accidental to the Governement have their memories wiped, […]

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Review: I Have No Secrets

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘I Have No Secrets’, written by Penny Joelson, is a book which, in my opinion, is written from a very unusual and intriguing angle – from […]

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Review: Everything, Everything

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Everything, Everything was written by  Nicola Yoon and is about a young girl who suffers from a disease which prevents her from going outside. When Madeline […]

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Anti-Bullying Week Kicks Off

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Bullying is, unfortunately, one of the many problems affecting children and teenagers in today’s society. Anti-bullying week, beginning Monday the 13th of November, aims to raise […]

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Review: Murder On The Orient Express

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ is a crime mystery written by Agatha Christie and published on the 1st of January 1934. It was made a movie in […]

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Book review: Beautiful Creatures

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Beautiful creatures is an imaginative story written by Kamie Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Casters, Incubuses, Seers, Keepers, Waywards, Sirens and Mortals keep the story moving.  There […]

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Bringing In The New For Our S2

Anna Louise Costello | Reporter As Mrs Agnew retirement leaves a huge gap to be filled – Deputy Head and Head of S2. Maths and guidance teacher, Mr Cresswell, became the […]

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Book review: ‘Matched’

Robyn Bolger | Reporter The ‘Matched’ series by Ally Condie is about a world that is run by the ‘Society’. Nobody knows how to write, everything is done through a […]

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REVIEW: ‘I Capture the Castle’ By Dodie Smith

‘I capture the castle’ is quite an old book written by Dodie Smith but is rewritten in modern English language.  It is about a young girl called Cassandra that lives […]

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International Girls Week In SASB: Giving Out Girl Power

Robyn Bolger | Reporter This week has marked National Girls Week and it has been in full swing within the school. To celebrate this, on October 3rd, an ex-student came […]

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